Array AtHome to Offer Remote Behavioral Health Care to Flyers Warriors Hockey Club Veterans

MT. LAUREL, NJ - Array Behavioral Care is supporting more than 60 local disabled military veterans who participate in the Flyers Warriors Hockey Club by providing online mental and behavioral health care services.   

Array AtHome is providing Flyers Warriors players access to their team of licensed professional therapists and psychiatry clinicians through convenient, online video calls.  The players can also search Array’s clinician directory, select the one who best suits their needs, schedule a session, and receive care all from the comfort and privacy of their homes. Telepsychiatry has been proven to be as effective as in-person care and has allowed more and more people – including veterans – to access the behavioral health care they need, particularly during the COVID pandemic. 

“We are committed to transforming access to quality behavioral care and addressing the staggering mental health disparities among veterans and other underserved communities and populations,” stated Geoffrey Boyce, CEO of Array Behavioral Care. “We are pleased to make these services accessible to the Flyers Warriors who so bravely served our country.”    

“When the Flyers started this Warrior initiative, it was our mission to provide our disabled veterans with an opportunity to play hockey.  We started with a Learn to Skate program, and now we have grown the Warrior program into three solid hockey teams,” said Brad Marsh, a former Flyer and coach of the Warriors team.  “We thank Array for providing this opportunity to these heroes.”   

“These services from Array Behavioral Care will provide our players with much needed support,” said Bill Duffy, a 21-year Air Force Veteran and current Flyers Warriors player.   

Currently, there are not enough psychiatry clinicians in the country to meet demand, and telepsychiatry has made it easier for them to see more people in more places. In addition to increased access to specialists, telepsychiatry offers the added benefits of shorter wait times for appointments, scheduling flexibility and improved safety and convenience.  With Array AtHome, appointments are available 7 days a week, including nights and weekends, without the hassle of traffic or travel times, taking off work or sitting in waiting rooms. Many people have embraced telebehavioral health during the COVID-19 pandemic as it allows them to receive the care that they need without risk of exposure.      

About Array Behavioral Care   

Array Behavioral Care (formerly InSight + Regroup) is the leading and largest telepsychiatry service provider in the country with a mission to transform access to quality, timely behavioral health care. Array offers telepsychiatry solutions and services across the continuum of care from hospital to home with its OnDemand Care, Scheduled Care and AtHome Care divisions. For more than 20 years, Array has partnered with hundreds of hospitals and health systems, community healthcare organizations and payers of all sizes to expand access to care and improve outcomes for underserved individuals, facilities and communities. As an industry pioneer and established thought leader, Array has helped shape the field, define the standard of care and advocate for improved telepsychiatry-friendly regulations.  To learn more, visit www.arraybc.com.  

About Array AtHome Care   

Array Behavioral Care’s AtHome Care division delivers psychiatric, behavioral and mental health care directly to individuals in their homes or any private place that they choose to access it through secure, convenient, online video calls.  Array AtHome makes it easier for individuals to get the help they need, when and where it works for them, with licensed professional therapists and psychiatry providers.  Using our secure, HIPAA-compliant platform, individuals can connect with a clinician that’s the right fit for them, schedule appointments and access sessions using a computer, smartphone or tablet.   

About the Philadelphia Flyers Warriors Hockey Club   

The Philadelphia Flyers Warriors Hockey Club is a non-profit hockey club founded by the Philadelphia Flyers Hockey Organization. The Warriors play amateur hockey under USA Disabled Hockey guidelines. To be eligible to play for the Warriors, you must have an honorable discharge along with being a disabled US Military Veteran. In their first year of existence, The Philadelphia Warriors Hockey Club won the 2019 USA Hockey Warrior Classic tournament in Las Vegas, NV.   

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